Researchers at CMM have shown that B cells, which are critical to the proper functioning of the immune system, can sometimes do more harm than good. In a publication in Immunity, Eduardo Villablanca's research group show that the numbers of B cells increase greatly after bowel damage and prevent the tissue from healing. The results can be of significance to the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease.
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